Dormant Modest Fashion Blogs

Modestly Styled. Modestly Me.

Debye, a mom in San Diego, California, describes her blog, "A fashion journal where modesty, a love of fashion, and a houseful of kids coexist . . . or at least try to."

Jen Magazine

Since 2004, former fashion model Jennifer Loch has worked in the field of modest clothing, beginning with an online magazine and then expanding into multiple advertising websites and her own modest clothing distribution company. Her magazine site, targeted to LDS readers, includes many categories in addition to modest clothing and is updated occasionally.

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This lifestyle blog with the tagline, "Your Daily Stroll Through Kosher Living," includes a fashion page with articles about staying chic from writers on the site's Modest Fashion Team.

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This collection of photos is not actively updated, but the archives are a beautiful source of fashion inspiration.

Girltalk blog modesty topics

A mom and her three grown daughters write this blog about Christian womanhood. They occasionally publish an article about dressing modestly, and the archives of these articles are a wealth of well-written resources for someone wanting to learn more about modesty from a Biblical perspective.

The Pentecostal Lookbook blog

"Dress, live and embrace modesty," is this blog's tagline. With regular fashion inspiration boards and guest posts from authors of other Pentecostal style blogs, this resource is applies to anyone looking for fashion with a high degree of modesty, including skirts exclusively.

Sensibly Styled

Friends Natalie and Livi post photos and their views on fashion trends and resources that range from semi-modest to modest on this regularly updated blog.

Mod Style Lounge

Christian teens Sarah, Madeline and Haylie write, "Mod Style Lounge is a blog about modest and classy fashion and enhancing natural beauty, targeted at high school and college aged young women."

Clothed Much

Los Angeles resident Elaine Hearn has retired her blog but maintains an archive of content. She writes, "I want to show the world that you don't need a lot of money, a closet bursting with clothes, and a lot of skin showing to be stylin'."